Weather Forecasting Models
- WRF Summary
- Mesoscale Data Assimilation
- Prediction and Predictability
- Life Cycles of Precipitationg Weather Systems
- Surface Atmosphere Interactions
- Planetary Boundary Layers
- Multiscale Convective Cloud System and Waves
- Cloud Microphysics and Small-Scale Processes
- Chemistry, Aerosols and Dynamics Interactions
- WRF Users Page
- WRF Users' Guide 2.1
- WRF System Initialization
- WRF for Hurricanes
- Vis5D. Vis5d+ is intended as a central repository for enhanced versions and development work on Vis5d, a free OpenGL-based volumetric visualization program for scientific datasets in 3+ dimensions.
- D3D. Display 3-Dimensional (D3D) is part of the WFO-Advanced system development aimed at providing an advanced operational workstation to operational forecasters. It allows users to view model output and real-time meteorological data in a three-dimensional interactive display.
- NCL NCAR Command Language. The NCAR Command Language (NCL) is a free interpreted language designed specifically for scientific data processing and visualization. NCL has robust file input and output. It can read in netCDF, HDF4, HDF4-EOS, GRIB, binary and ASCII data. The graphics are world class and highly customizable.
- NCAR Graphics. NCAR Graphics is a Fortran and C based software package for scientific visualization.
- GrADS. The Grid Analysis and Display System (GrADS) is an interactive desktop tool that is used for easy access, manipulation, and visualization of earth science data. The format of the data may be either binary, GRIB, NetCDF, or HDF-SDS (Scientific Data Sets)
- RIP4 Tutorial. RIP (which stands for Read/Interpolate/Plot) is a Fortran program that invokes NCAR Graphics routines for the purpose of visualizing output from the Fourth and Fifth Generation versions of the PSU/NCAR Mesoscale Model (MM4/MM5) System.